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Alumni 

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With fond remembrances 




Looking north from 
the South end 



Al^Ma Mater 



On an Island, o'er the water. 
Cool, and sparkling blue; 
Stands our school, our Alma Mater 
Glorious to view. 

Raise the banner, sing her praises 
Thompson, Hail to Thee! 
We will honor you and love you, 
Thompson, by the sea. 

Lift the standard, fly her colors, 
Navy Blue and Gold — 
We will always rally to thee 
We, her sons so bold. 

Raise your voices, sing for Thompson 
Loyal sons are we — 
We will honor, laud and love thee. 
Thompson — Hail to thee. 



H. K. Maddox 
1962 





We, the Class of 1963, dedicate this and every 
other page of this yearbook to Charles Baxter. 
His contributions are quiet ones: he helps people 
with problems; he keeps records; he is always 
ready to lend a helping hand; his subtle humor 
repeatedly draws a chuckle or two; and most of 
all is a great friend to all at school. 

As a gesture of thanks and respect we dedicate 
the '63 Islander to you, Charlie. 





A sharp photographer, also! 





Appreciation 



To our friend, teacher, and advisor, Mr. 
Ralph M. Lindsey, we wish to express our 
appreciation for your assistance, guidance, 
patience and thought. Each of us sincerely 
extends his fondest thanks and best wishes 
for the future. 

THE SENIORS 




A.B., M.Ed. 

Calvin Coolidge College 
Add. study at Boston 
School of Modern Languages 
Supervisor of Instruction 
English, Social Studies 
Came to T.A. in '57 




Land Ho! 




The last mile. 




ADMINISTRATION 




Meadmaster 's Message 




The tempo of our society and the apparent 

^s^^ slackening of the moral standards in our cul- 

ture create innumeral)le temptations for the 



young persom entermg 



current of life today. Tbereiis an ever increas 




the fast-movine 




ing indifference to the quality of your work 
there are many easily acquired vices for tKe 
irresodute, tliiere is corruption and graft alnoad 
in our^^®ciety, attention to appearances and 
station in life have become an obsession with many, and there is a flagrant disregard for 

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the Christian spirit as it was originally intended. These lures are easily accepted and it 
will take a stout heart and resolute mind to be responsible. It is our very real hope that 
have, somehow, inculcated an appreqia^on for some of the real values in life into your 
spirit and that you will exemplify these values in everything that you undertake. 

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The Class of '63, in many ways, has the capacity for the good life and it is my sincere 

ea^ute up to the demands and responsibilities of a worth- 




hope that each 
le citizenry. 




HOUGHTON DEAN PEARL, 
HEADMASTER 



B.S., M.Ed., 
University of Vt. 
/Fusion, Algebra 
Came to school in '55 



Dean's Message 



Each graduating class has a special distinction. The Class of 1963 is the largest class 
to be graduated from Thompson Academy and with all those varied talents therein lies 
the challenge to be the class most successful. When you receive your Thompson Academy 

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diploma I feel you know and have accepted our standai^flfr ''success ^thi^^bint, and 
have acquired the skills to start well on your way. You are going to be surprised at how 
much you know, as well as how much you have yet to learn. Success means different things 
to different people, and seldom does anyone reach the maximum of his capabilities. K on 
the way up, a fleeting memory of our admofiitions, exhortations, anacounsel returns to you 



occasionally, even onoe, we will have helped! ^^^ / "^ / 

Be assured our best wishes go with each of you; keep in touch with the Academy; and 

be proud of the traditions you represent. 

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RAYMOND THOMAS 

DEAN OF BOYS 





JOHN MADDOX: 

History 



LAWRENCE MARK: 
Science and Math 



JAMES CREELMAN: 
Grade 8 




Zmstees 

Calvin Page Bartlett 
President 



Alfred C. Malm 
Vice President 
John B. Pierce, Jr. 

Secretary 
John Q. Adams 
Thomas G. Brown 
Robert W. Duquet 
Harold W. Edwards 
Merton P. Ellis 
Peter Fuller 
Patrick Grant 
Philip H. Lord 
Augustus P. Loring 
Henry Lyman 



Bartlett Harwood, Jr. 

Treasurer 
George Lewis 

Assistant Secretary 
Donald S. MacPherson 
Arthur G. Miller, Ed.D. 
George S. Mumford 
Edward V. Osberg 
Guido R. Perera, Jr. 
Lawrence Terry 
Raymond Thomas 
Rev. Samuel Tyler, Jr. 
Howland S. Warren 
Ben Ames Williams, Jr. 



Moses Williams 




ENIOR 




Class Officers 






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D. Boyajian, Secretary; B. Woods, President; R. Marston, V. Presi- 
dent; G. Antonio, Treasurer. 



Class of J 968 




SEATED: J. Jones, G. Antonio, R. Snell, B. Woods, D. Boyajian, L. Bella, R. Marston, STANDING: F. Goodhue, 
D. Kurd, V. Moulton, J. Ripley, R. Hansen, P. Leigh-Manuel, P. Walker, R. Milton, R. Benotti, N. Brazel, J. 
Gorman, LAST ROW: G. D'Amelio, F. Farrell, R. Richardson, W. Kooiman, C. Johnson, D. Cullitv, A. White, 
D. Hoyt, J. Wharton, R. Poulack, P. Gaucher, J. Thornhill. 




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GARY ANTHONY ANTONIO 

General Greek 

V. Football 3, 4; JV Football 1, 2; 
I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas. 
3, 4; Ambition — Mechanic 



DAVID BOYAJIAN 

College Soybean 

V. Football 3, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4; 
V. Baseball 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; 
SeaHawk Club 4; Transfer from 
A.H.S. Ambition — College 





ROBERT JOSEPH BENOTTI 

General Benny 

V. Football 2, 3, 4; JV FootbaU 1 

JV Basketball 2; JV Baseball 1, 2 

V. Baseball 3, 4; SeaHawk Club 4 
Ambition — Further Education 



LAWRENCE STEVEN BELLA 

General Larry 

V. FootbaU 3, 4; JV Football 2; Drill 
Team 3, 4; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Ambition — Jet 
Mechanic 



NORMAN STEPHEN BRAZEL 

General Norm 

V. Football 3,^4; JV Football 1, 2; 
JV Basketball 2; JV Baseball 1, 2, 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2; Am- 
bition — Business Mang. 




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WALTER DANIEL CULLITY 

College Dan 

Drill Team 3; Seamanship Club 3; 
V. Baseball 4; I. Basketball 2, 3; Am- 
bition — Engineering 



PAUL JOSEPH GAUCHER 

General Broadway 

V. Football 2, 3, 4; JV Football 1; 
JV Basketball 2, 3; I. Basketball 1, 2, 
4; V. Baseball 3, 4; JV Baseball 2; 
Drill Team 3; SeaHawk Club 4; Am- 
bition — Policeman 






GEORGE KENNETH D'AMELIO 

General 409 

I. Basketball 3, 4; Transfer from Mount 
Saint Charles High School; Ambition — 
Government Job 



FREDERICK JAMES GOODHUE 
General Tup 

V. FootbaU Mang. 4; I. Basketball 
3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Seaman- 
ship Club 3; Transfer from LHS 3; 
Ambition — Com. Artist 



FRANCIS FREDERICK 

FARRELL 

College Frank 

V. Basketball 4; V. Baseball 4; Am- 
bition — Undecided 





DAVID HURD 



College 



Dave 



JV Baseball 1; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Student Council 2; Class Secretary 3; 
Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Ambition — Printer 



WILLIAM LAMBERTUS 
KOOIMAN 

General Bill 

V. Football Mang. 4; I. Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; V. Baseball Mang. 3; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; 
Ambition — State Police 



CHARLES ALAN JOHNSON 

College Chuck 

V. Football 1, 2, 4; V. Basketball 3, 4; 
V. Baseball 1, 3, 4; SeaHawk Qub 4; 
Transfer from S.H.S. ; Ambition — Flying 



PAUL LEIGH-MANUELL 

College Paul 

I. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ambition — Electronics 




JOHN HAROLD JONES 
College Jack 

V. Football 3, 4; JV Football 2; V. 
Basketball 3, 4; JV Basketball 1; V. 
BasebaU 2, 3, 4; JV Baseball 1; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Yearbook Committee 
4; SeaHawk Club 4; Transfer from 
L.H.S. ; Ambition — College 



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ROBERT JOHN MARSTON 
College Flipper 

V. FootbaH 1, 2, 3, 4; I. Basketball 

1, 2; JV Basketball 1, 2, 3; V. BasebaU 

2, 3, 4; JV Baseball 1; SeaHawk Club 
4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Seamanship 
Club 1, 2; Yearbook Committee 4; 
Ambition — College 



RICHARD ALLAN POLLACK 

College Rich 

JV Football 2, 3; JV Basketball 2, 3; 
JV Baseball 2; Ambition — Undecided 






RONALD ROLAND MILTON 

General Milt 

V. Football 4; JV Football 1, 2, 3; 
V. Basketball 4; JV BasketbaU 1, 2, 3; 
V. Baseball 4; JV Baseball 2, 3; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; 
Seamanship Club 3; Student Council 
3; Ambition — Social Work 



JAMES EDWIN RIPLEY 
College Rip 

I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Seamanship 
Club 3; Student Council 1; Ambition — 
Forest Ranger 



VICTOR GORDON MOULTON 

College Moulty 

Ambition — Drummer 







ROBERT AUTHUR 
RICHARDSON 

General Hollywood 

V. Football 3, 4; V. Basketball 4; JV 
Basketball 3; Transfer from Dedham 
3; Ambition — Construction Driver 



PAUL EDWARD WALKER 
General Paul 

JV Football Mang. 4; I. Basketball 
2, 3, 4; JV Basketball Mang. 4; Drill 
Team 2, 3; Ambition — Policeman 




RALPH STUART SNELL 

College Ralph 

V. FootbaU Mang. 4; JV Football 2, 3; 
I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Radio Club 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Ambition — College 



JOHN ARMOND WHARTON 

College Johnny 

V. Football 2, 3, 4; JV Football 1; 
I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Seamanship Club 1, 2; 




JOHN FRANCIS THORNHILL 

General Spike 

V. Football 4; JV Football 3; V. Bas- 
ketball 4; JV Basketball 2; V. Baseball 
4; JV Baseball 2, 3; Capt. 3; Year- 
book Committee 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; 
Ambition — Electrician 



Seatlawk 1; 


Amt)ition — Undecided 


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ALBERT RONALD WHITE 

General Al 

V. Football 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 1: Sea- 
Hawk Club 4; Ambition — Male Nurse 



BERNARD HENRY WOODS 

College Bernie 

V. Football 2, 3, Capt. 4; JV Football 
1; V. Basketball 4; JV Basketball 2, 3 
V. Baseball 3, 4; JV BasebaU 1, 2 
SeaHawk Club 4; Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 
4; Ambition — College 




FRED WINGERSKY 

College Gersk 

I. Basketball 3, 4: Ambition— To be 
myself 



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JAMES GOR^L\N 

College Sarge 

V. Football 2, 3, 4, 5; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Yearbook Committee 4; 
SeaHawk Club 5; Ambition — College 




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Class Mist or y 



The class of 1963 is the largest class to graduate from Thompson Academy. 
1963 has achieved success both in the classroom and on the Honor Roll, and 
largely comprised our Varsity athletic teams. 

As class officers we elected Bernie Woods and Bob Marston president and 
vice president all four years. 

As Juniors we elected David Hurd and Gary Antonio secretary and treas- 
urer. We also sponsored a Valentine and Easter Dance. The Easter Dance 
was most enjoyed because Mr. Pearl started a broom dance that turned out 
to be very funny. The Juniors also won the Intramural Basketball Champion- 
ship to end the class of '62's three year domination. 

In our Senior year Dave Boyajian and Gary Antonio were elected secre- 
tary and treasurer. Ralph Snell was chosen Student Council president, with 
Jack Jones and Larry Bella senior representatives. The class sponsored the 
Senior Prom and also a Football Hop, featuring player dedications. With the 
help of Mrs. Alberstadt, the seniors were able to complete a Senior Lounge 
in the old printing room. Baccalaureate Services were held on June 2nd and 
Graduation on June 8th. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dave Boyajian, Secretary 
Class of 1963 



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SEATED: K. Kelps, S. Govey, J. Connolly, K. Shaw, R. McGonagle, J. Ryan, R. Morgera, 
STANDING: G. Lambert, J. Spink, R. Verbeck, P. Colman, D. Adams, L. Longsworth, P. 
Palermo, M. Trentham, LAST ROW: J. Fields, R. Hatch, P. Travers, D. Silveria, J. Steeves, 
G. LaCasse. 



Sophomores 




SEATED: R. Mottau, D. Miller, R. Davis, R. Duncan, P. Ramos, A. McCloud, K. Parker, M. 
Duarte, F. Robinson, STANDING: R. Vogel, J. Miller, D. Faber, J. Rilev, D. Decks, J. Gorman, 
L. Caldwell, T. Waddell, D. Maragioglio, R. Mackie. LAST ROW: C. Hitchings, G. Cutler. J. 
McCloy, P. VanVoorhis, K. Harris, D. Sparks, P. Burke, F. Comerford, W. Shaw, F. Schoon- 
maker, G. Taylor, R. Gaynor, J. Fiedler. 



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freshmen 




SEATED: H. Dunlap, D. Shattuck, G. MacDonald, C. Sheppard, W. Thurston, K. Stevens, D. 
Pellecchia, E. Upton, SECOND ROW: W. Dann, F. Warren, G. Swindells, P. Maloney, R. 
Fabian, L. Oliver, R. Reran, R. Gregor, THIRD ROW: J. Kendrick, S. Peterson, M. MacCauley, 
F. Keegan, R. Concannon, R. Conway, W. Passera, C. Murphy. 



Sighth 




SEATED: A. Clark, R. Lowell, A. Jardine, D. Cummings, J. Fouser, STANDING: T. Abbott, 
T. Hill, L. Davis, E. Hanna, R. McCauley, NOT PICTURED: J. Mercer, G. Gatchell. 



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Sitting down on the job! 



What do ya think it is? A rocking chair? 




NO! The "L" St. Bathhouse is in the other di- 
rection, Mr. Mark. 

Taste's great, huh, boys? 




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Who are you? 



Meet the boss of the family! 






ORGANIZATIONS 




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yearbook Committee 

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LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Marston, Editor; D. Boyajian, Sports; R. 
Snell, Layout; F. Goodhue, Art; G. Antonio, Layout; W. Kooiman, 
Ads; R. Benotti, Ads; Jack Jones, Ads. NOT PICTURED: J. Thorn- 
hill, Co-Editor; B. Woods, Co-Editor; R. Milton, Ads; D. CuUity. 



Student Council 





J. Jones; K. Parker; J, O'Hearn; R. Snell, Pres.; R. McGonagle; 
L. Bella, R. Davis; R. Duncan. 

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LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Milton; R. Davis; W. Kooiman; K. Parker; 
G. Swindells; E. Hanna: B. Woods: R. Verbeck; R. Mottau; P. 
Maloney; A. Jardine; R. Snell; N. Brazel; P. Colman. 



The SeaHawk Club is a newly established 
organization. Under the guidance of Coach 
Maddox, the Club prepared a set of laws to 
which each member is bound. 

In the gymnasium hangs a banner bearing 
the names of the first members of the Club 
and also the motto: 

School 
Honor — Duty 

The Club members serve as escorts to 
visiting athletic teams, and build the school 
spirit. 




SeaMawk (^lub 




A. White; P. Gaucher, V. Pres.: J. Gorman; W. Maddox, Treas.: 

A. McCloud. Sec; D. Boyajian: R. Marston. Pres.: R. Benolti: 

B. Woods; J. Jones. 29 



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Why couldn't it be Sunday night??? 



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Head Coach Jack Maddox 




FIRST ROW: A. White, R. Richardson, J. Jones, R. Benotti, D. Boyajian, 
W. Maddox, B. Woods. N. Brazel, R. Marston, P. Gaucher. J. Gorman, J. 
Ryan, SECOND ROW: W. Passera, Mgr. C. Johnson, G. Lambert, A. 
McCloud, R. Mihon, D. Maragioglio, R. Allen, L. Bella, C. Sheppard, G. 



Cheerleaders 




Margaret and Pat Harrington, Linda Hurley, Faith Burdette, 
Denise Nolan. 
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The 1962 Varsity football season was not notable 
for a string of unbeaten games, but, none the less, 
was interesting. It seemed as though the SeaHawks 
were fated to lose and win on alternate weekends. 
Only a tie with St. Sebastian marred the pattern. 

There were two newcomers on the T.A. Schedule: 
Lynnfield High and St. Sebastian School. 

The starting eleven contained some old faces 
and some new. At the ends were Bernie Woods, 
team captain, and Bill Maddox, next year's cap- 
tain. Bob Marston, playing with a shoulder dis- 
location, held down one tackle berth while Norm 
Brazel and Al White shared the other. At guards 
were veterans Paul Gaucher and Jim Gorman. Bob 
Richardson played at center for the second straight 
year. 

In the backfield were Jack Jones at Q.B., Jim 
Ryan and Bob Benotti at the halves and at fullback, 
Dave Boyajian. 



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Coaches Tom Burns and Jim Creelman 



Antonio, K. Shaw, THIRD ROW: F. Goodhue, Mgr. J. O'Hearn, D. Shattuck. 
R. Mottau, J. Fields, A. Jardine, W. Thurston, J. Connolly, D. Silveria, J. 
Thornhill, R. Snell, Mgr. and Coaches Creelman, Maddox, and Burns. 



There were nine Seniors in this group and they 
will be sorely missed in the next season. 

Perhaps the most outstanding event of the season 
was the tie game with St. Sebastian. Played in a 
driving rain and wind storm, it demonstrated to 
all that football is not a fair weather sport, but, 
rather a game that teaches young men the need 
to carry on, despite adverse conditions. Such a 
lesson, learned early in life, is of inestimable value 
as young men grow into manhood with its prob- 
lems and challenges. 

So, despite the losses in graduation, and despite 
the leanness in next year's ranks, Thompson looks 
forward to the 1963 season with zest and eager- 
ness. Once again, the Blue and Gold will take the 
field against all comers and strive to keep her 



banners high. 



/// Action 




Coach Maddox 



Go! Thompson, go! 



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He's not going anyplace! 



Better luck next time!! 














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The Half — they get a well deserved rest. 



Congratulations to the Coefficient football team, captained 
by Jack Fiedler '65, which sailed through its schedule unde- 
feated until the final minute and a half of the last game! A 
blocked punt set up the winning touchdown for Belmont Hill — 
thus ending the chances of an undefeated season. The team's 
final record read 5 wins, 1 loss. 

Twenty-eight future football stars set a fine example of 
spirit and teamwork throughout the season. Coaches Thomas, 
Mark, and Magazu are justly proud of the squad. Richard 
Poulack '63 °;ave an assist to the newest members. 



Scores 

T.A. OPP. 

8 Middlesex - 

18 Roxbury Latin 6 

14 Thayer -- 

22 Rivers 6 

22 Governor Dummer 

12 Belmont Hill 16 



Pre-game Butterflies 



A word of advice. 




Hold on to that pigskin! 



Don't hurt the poor fellow! 




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FRONT ROW: L. Caldwell; D. Boyajian, capt.; W. Maddox; J. Riley; J. Jones; SECOND ROW: J. 
Gorman, mp;r.; R. Benotti, mgr.; R. Richardson; A. McCloud; F. Farell; D. Silveria; B. Woods; J. 
Thornhill: Coach Jack Maddox. NOT SHOWN: R. Milton. 




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Christian 


61 


T.A. 34 


T.A. 


41 


Roxbury Latin 34 


St. Andrews 


55 


T.A. 52 


T.A. 


56 


Rivers 30 


New Prep 


53 


T.A. 39 


T.A. 


70 


Rivers 59 


T.A. 


53 


Cambridge 14 


Thayer 


49 


T.A. 30 


Christian 


70 


T.A. 68 


T.A. 


55 


Cambridge 28 


T.A. 


50 


St. Andrews 47 


)t. Sebastian 


40 


T.A. 20 


T.A. 


40 


Roxbury Latin 38 


Thayer 


59 


T.A. 44 



REMAINING GAMES 

Wed. 27 New Prep 
Mar. Fri. 1 Newman Prep 

Tues. 5 Cambridge School 
Fri. 8 Alumni 




FIRST ROW: D. Pellecchia; M. Duarte; R. Davis; J. Feidler, capt.; L. Longsworth; K. Harris; 
SECOND ROW: G. Lambert, mgr.; C. Sheppard; R. Mottau; D. Shattuck; F. Keegan; R. Fabian; P. 
Remos; Coach Tom Burns. 



Jan. Wed. 9 Christian High 
Fri. 11 Roxbury Latin 
Tues. 15 St. Andrews 
Mon. 21 New Prep 
Wed. 23 Rivers 
Fri. 25 Cambridge School 
Mon. 28 Thayer 

Feb. Fri. 1 Cambridge 

Wed. 6 St. Andrews 
Fri. 8 St. Sebastians 
Fri. 15 Thayer 
Wed. 27 New Prep 




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FIRST ROW: R. Marston, P. Gaucher. J. Boudreau. G. Mader, R. Patterson, b. Woods, J. Jones, W. 
Maddox. SECOND ROW: T. Stuart, D. Boyajian. E. Woods, J. Goodhue, D. Berger. THIRD ROW: 
R. Bates, mgr.. Coach Maddox, and J. Gorman, mgr. 




1962 Varsity baseball 

April 27 Fri. Rivers 4 T.A. 3 

May 1 Tues. Camb. School T.A. 9 

5 Sat. St. Sebastion 12 T.A. 6 

8 Tues. Christian T.A. 7 

11 Fri. St. Andrews 15 T.A. 13 

15 Tues. New Prep 7 T.A. 3 

18 Fri. Rox. Latin 6 T.A. 5 

23 Wed. Thayer Acad. 12 T.A. 

25 Fri. St. Andrews 5 T.A. 5 

29 Tues. Christian 1 T.A. 17 



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1962 y. V. naseball 

Roxbury Latin 6 T.A. 5 
Milton Academy 8 T.A. 5 
Brown and Nichols 12 T.A. 11 
Thayer 5 T.A. 12 
Rivers — ■ T.A. — 
Governor Dummer 8 T.A. 7 
Thayer 8 T.A. 13 





FIRST ROW: K. Parker, R. Davis, K. Stevens, L. Longsworth, L. Oliver, J. Fiedler. SECOND ROW: 
Coach Burns, P. Ramos, N. Brazel, K. Shaw, J. Miller, J. Connolly. NOT SHOWN: Capt. J. Thornhill 
and A. McCloud. 




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ACTIVITIES 





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'Round and 'round, up and down! 




Modern exhibits of ancient hat racks. 



What's water? Never heard of it! 






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Hay and cow barns 



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in the lab . . . late 

one night . . . 




I see the light! 




Let go of who? 






Two of the "fellas." 



Yes, the girls are for T.A. but not from T.A. 




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Christmas party 



Should Old Acquaintance . . 






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BLUE and GOLD 



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Class Wills 



Gary Antonio: I leave my talent of sleeping in class to Mr. Lindsey. 

Larry Bella : I will leave to Charlie Baxter the keys to the paintshop. 

Robert Benotti: I leave a new pitchfork for "Cuss." 

David Boyajian: I will leave my ties with Mr. Lindsey. 

Norman Brazel: To next year's Swedes I leave a proud tradition of blond hair and 
blue eyes. 

Dan Cullity: I leave my boyscout knife to Mr. Howe. 

George D'Amelio : To Richard Allen I leave my "409" chair. 

Frank Farrell: I will leave to Mr. "T" a new lawnmower. 

Paul Gaucher: To Mr. Cormier I leave my oar. 

Fred Goodhue: To my friend Don Maragioglio I leave all my dried-up paint brushes. 

David Hurd: To next year's printer I leave my ink-stains. 

Jack Jones: I hereby leave the fun I've had on the basketball court to Larry Caldwell. 

William Kooiman: I leave my briefcase to Jim O'Hearn. 

Paul Leigh-Manuel: To Mr. Francke I leave my alarm clock. 

Bob Marston: Leaves his harness, bandages, and hospital bill to the Athletic Fund. 

Ronald Milton : To Mr. Howe I leave my farm clothes. 

James Ripley: I leave my boat boy job to Roger Concannon. 

Robert Richardson: To Coach Maddox I leave my hair. 

Ralph Snell : After six long years at Thompson Academy, I wish to leave. ^ 

John Thornhill: To Kenny Parker I leave my 4:30 milking job. j 

Paul Walker: I leave to T.A. my immortal football shirt, "00." 

Bernard Woods: I will leave to Mr. Mark my hair for further use. 




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